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Cardinal Bo of Myanmar thanks Filipino faithful for ‘solidarity’

"With grateful sentiments, we, the Myanmar Catholics, deeply appreciate the communion of the Church in the Philippines," said Cardinal Bo

Philippine churches to toll bells in solidarity with Myanmar

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines is asking parishes to ring their church bells at 12 noon and at 6:00 p.m. on July 19

Philippine bishops’ conference creates ‘office on stewardship’

The CBCP said the new office aims to help dioceses that are having difficulty in implementing the Church’s stewardship program

Bishop Pablo Virgilio David: Christian or Christ-like?

We hope that Bishop David would be the country’s version of the voice in the wilderness, the preacher of hope, boldness, and triumph

Activists welcome election of Bishop David as new head of Philippine...

KMU said Bishop David has “always sided with the poor and the oppressed, particularly the victims of extrajudicial killings”

Bishop David of Kalookan elected new president of Philippine bishops’ conference

The 62-year-old prelate has been serving as the conference's vice president since December 2017

Message of Archbishop Valles for the 122nd plenary assembly of the...

Full text of CBCP President Archbishop Romulo Valles’s message at the opening of the bishops’ 122nd plenary assembly on July 8

Philippines’ Catholic bishops set to elect new leaders during plenary assembly...

Preparations for the Synod of Bishops on synodality in the Vatican in 2023 will be on top of the agenda during the meeting

Catholic bishops express gratitude for Noynoy’s dedication to ‘dignity of human...

The country’s Catholic bishops said they are “grateful for the mutual respect that existed" between the Aquino administration and the Church

Bishops welcome House panel decision to stop dam project in ancestral...

The bishops’ social action secretariat said the Church is “not against development as long as it does not sacrifice the common good”

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